U.S. crude fell for a second straight day as investors fled to safe havens and technical selling threatened to push oil into a bear market.» Read More
New York trader Steve Grasso remains bearish, despite the rally last week, because of this pattern forming in stocks.
The average price of a gallon of gasoline in the United States rose 13 cents in the past two weeks, following a nine-month price slide.
Oil rose for a third straight session on Monday as OPEC forecast greater demand for crude this year than previously thought.
Michele Della Vigna, head of European energy research at Goldman Sachs, says the dynamics of the oil industry have changed thanks to U.S. shale.
OPEC said oil demand growth was "yet to show any signs of accelerating," while still hiking its demand forecast for 2015.
The BIS blames the decision taken by OPEC in November to focus on market share, rather than cutting output, for the collapse in oil prices.
Walter Isaacson, Aspen Institute CEO, discusses the need for a secure layer on the Internet now that so much personal information is making its way online.
Tesla stock has performed well recently, but "Fast Money" traders stressed caution ahead of the company's earnings.
CNBC.com Allen Wastler shares the hottest topics on the web today, including oil and a scam following the Anthem data breach.
Are Americans spending extra cash from cheap gas at the mall? Chaim Katzman, Chairman of Gazit-Globe, provides insight to recent consumer trends, and what happens when rates go higher.
Oil rallied again on Friday as falling oil rig counts and violence in producer Libya helped to further stall a selloff that began in June.
Have oil prices bottomed? As CNBC Explains, it's anybody's guess.
Low oil will stick around for about 18 months, but Alberta premier Jim Prentice said the region's economy is resilient.
Royal Dutch Shell is facing criticism after deciding to bring a ship named after a Nazi war criminal to the U.K. to decommission an oilfield.
Oil could bottom around $40 a barrel but if it does, it won't linger there long, oil trader Andrew Hall said in an investor letter.
The broadly lower cost per barrel could present a new business opportunity for the world's largest private jet company.
The financial sector's drop provides a window to snatch up stocks at cheap prices, an analyst said.
A world awash in oil does not bode well for producers during the critical summer months when gas prices typically rise.
Crude oil has gotten whipsawed to both the upside and downside of late. And for two traders, that indicates that the plunge could finally be over.
Discussing the severity of the weaker oil drill rig count in Canada, with Jim Prentice, Premier of the Province of Alberta.